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The Global Currency Reset is also known as the GCR. What is it? Where did it come from? How did this belief system emerge? The Global Currency Reset is actually comprised of many conspiracy theories blended together to make an overall belief system. Because of this, there are many definitions and catch phrases tied to this conspiracy theory. Part of this belief system says that there is a coming overnight crash to the United States dollar. This crash will be felt on a global level and many currency values will change as a result. Many currencies will change in value or revalue once this event happens. Many people have purchased the Iraqi dinar and the Vietnamese Dong as an investment and as a way to protect themselves from this coming crash. Some believe that value will be transferred out of paper currencies and into assets like gold and silver. Some believe that the entire global economy will crash leading to a total collapse of society as we know it. Others believe that a set of laws will be implemented that will restructure the value of currencies all over the world. Rest assured that this giant conspiracy theory is one big hoax that is propagated to entice people into investment scams all over the world. Everything from foreign currency to precious metals is hyped as a means of survival. Investing in foreign currencies such as the dinar and the dong is a complete scam. This conspiracy is responsible for making preppers out of many people and new people are converted all the time. Selling newsletters with junk economics littered with this conspiracy theory has become big business. Many prepper products are also sold and this conspiracy theory has become a way to scare people into many different types of investment scams. This book exposes the lies associated with the Global Currency Reset belief system. It disproves the junk economics and it corrects the rewriting of history by this conspiracy. Many false quotes from historical figures are also used to add validity to their conspiracy. This book totally debunks the global currency reset and it arms the reader with the knowledge needed to spot these investment scams. The last chapter in this book provides many links to verify the things that are said. This will allow the reader to further their own research and gain an understanding about how the global economy really works.

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Chapter One - What Is The Global Currency Reset?

In the 20th century a global economy emerged; an economy ruled by the U.S. dollar. Some nations used the dollar exclusively as their main currency. Other nations became dollarized, having two currencies in circulation. The United States Dollar (USD) was the global currency king.

Toward the end of the century and into the new millennium the economic landscape began to change. A major economic meltdown happened in 2008. A crash of the U.S. economy was felt around the world. A lot of wealth vanished into thin air due to reduced values in the housing market. Trillions of dollars in debt were erased from the books. Millions of people fell below the poverty line, and millions became unemployed. This triggered a meltdown of the world’s economy.

The United States government was very concerned about deflation, so it began to buy toxic assets in a program known as TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program). By March 2009, it held $1.75 trillion of bank debt and mortgage-backed securities. This action led to the release of more dollars into the world.

Government debt reached well above $9 trillion by the end of 2008, and the Federal Reserve began flooding the global financial system with even more dollars. Speculation at the time was that all of this would serve to weaken the dollar further. The Federal Reserve started the Quantitative Easing program, (also known as QE) in November of 2008.

QE was implemented by buying specified amounts of financial assets from commercial banks and other private institutions. This raised the price of those financial assets and lowered their yield, while simultaneously increasing the total money supply (or monetary base). That allowed even more USD into circulation.

It only took seven months for the national debt to increase from $13 trillion on June 1, 2010 to $14 trillion on December 31 of the same year. At the time of this writing we are reaching a national debt of close to $20 trillion as we near the end of Obama’s administration. Many of these events only served to cause speculation about the dollar’s future as the dollar supply grows year after year.

Currency wars broke out because of these events. Countries began competing with each other to attain a low exchange rate for their respective currencies. As the price to buy a particular currency falls, the real price of exports from that country also falls. That brings jobs and a strong economy to nations that have a low exchange rate. Imports become more expensive as a country’s currency falls in value on the foreign exchange. Artificially low exchange rates placed on any currency act as a hidden tariff on imports. As the USD started to fall around the world due to the 2008 meltdown and the perceived outcome of the Federal Reserve’s policies, it concerned many nations because that would potentially have a direct impact on their economies. In 2011 Vladimir Putin said If over there (in America) there is a systemic malfunction. This will affect everyone. They are living like parasites off the global economy and their monopoly of the dollar.

Russia and China agreed to start trading with each other using their own currencies, and started limiting exchanges using the dollar. China and other nations called for a new international currency to replace the dollar. Some countries wanted SDRs (Special Drawing Rights - foreign exchange reserve assets maintained by the International Monetary Fund) used as a new international currency. The IMF allocated SDRs. China became accepted into the basket of currencies on October 1st 2016. Even though this move was coming for a while, many conspiracy theories predict that this one event will put an end to the dollar on a global level.

So now, it seems as though the USD is in danger of losing its spot as the reserve currency for the world. There is talk of a Global Currency Reset. The rumors are running wild. The theory is that all currencies will reset in value, including the dollar. The USD will be forsaken as a reserve currency as the world begins to move toward a basket of currencies as the new reserve system.

Some people that represent gold and silver merchants talk about different scenarios that make up a coming global currency reset (or GCR). Currency dealers also talk about the anticipated GCR event. Some speculate that a nation’s currency will be valued by the raw resources that can be found in that nation. The more resources the nation has, the higher the currency value for that nation.

These rumors only serve to bring about fear, and cause people to seek a safe place to put their wealth. Some look to assets, some look to foreign currencies, and some look to precious metals like silver and gold. Many doomsday naysayers have surfaced, proclaiming an end to the almighty dollar. Some predict the end to the American economy and the American way of life. Many conspiracy theories about money and the history of money rise and grow stronger. The internet quickly fills with them. Television advertisements appear declaring the dollar will collapse. There is a growing belief held by many people that the dollar will crash overnight, and new converts to this belief are being made all the time! These fears really seemed more plausible after the 2008 global meltdown.

These people use fancy terms like global currency reset, fiat currency, fractional reserve banking, and linear thinking. Some say that we are about to witness a transfer of wealth and value out of the U.S. dollar and into other more tangible assets. Some professing Christians claim that this coming GCR event is part of biblical prophecy. This GCR idea has spawned groups of people who have become preppers. Sales from emergency food supplies, precious metals, foreign currencies, newsletters, and other doomsday merchandise have now become big business!

All of this raises a few questions. What is the truth concerning this global currency reset? How did the United States get into this mess? What does the future actually hold for the world’s economy? What parts of this global currency reset are based on wild conspiracy theory and what parts are true? Will the dollar really collapse in one night? What changes are coming to the global economy?

In order to address these questions we must first learn a little bit about economics. We need to learn about how money actually works. I will make you this promise. We will not be bogged down with advanced equations and mathematical problems normally found in the study of economics. Not only will this put you to sleep, but it will cause you to miss the solutions that are found in an overall understanding of how the economy really works. Instead, we’ll discover the hidden agendas found from people who financed the main economic events throughout history. We will develop a layman’s understanding as to how money actually works as we lay out an overview of the global economy.

We can also gain an understanding of this global process by looking at history; monetary history in particular. It has been said that those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it. I say that those who know history are doomed to watch those who do not know history repeat it, and because the people who know history are in the minority, they will repeat it too. Therefore, it is better to prepare for it. We’ll soon discover that everyone has agendas and self-serving motives.

We will find that this global currency reset is actually a story that is intriguing, and filled with mystery and suspense. Like many conspiracy theories, this plot will keep you on the edge of your seat! So join me as we follow the money and find the answers to the questions regarding the GCR. We will start with monetary history. This will lay the foundation for everything that follows.

It is the goal of this book to provide the truth regarding the global currency reset. We will debunk all of the conspiracy theories that have been attached to this belief system, many of which attempt to rewrite history. This is why we need to start by studying history. Learning the real history behind an event will enable you to spot many of the false claims and false narratives. As we study real global economics and as we see how money really works, you will discover that many aspects of this GCR theory can be disproven.

The last chapter of the book contains a multitude of links and references that will allow you to do your own research. Don’t just accept my conclusions when you reach the end of this book. Do your own follow up analysis! The last chapter will help you get started and point you in a few different directions.

Chapter Two - Early Monetary History

Money in its most basic function is a medium of exchange, and declares the value that is placed upon goods, services, and labor. It is used to allow people to acquire the things they may need or want, while the recipients accept this medium of exchange because they can use it to obtain the things they may need and want in the future.

Where did money come from? Well, before the use of money bartering was used to exchange goods. People traded the things they had for things they wanted. If someone made baskets, then they could take those baskets and trade them for food, spears, or even arrows. But often there were times when the barter system was unfair, depending on what the person needed. If you wanted an apple but the only thing you had to trade was a horse, then that presented a huge problem. So a more sophisticated means of exchange was needed.

Over the years there were many things that were used as money. Indians used beads and shells. I have read about some cultures that even used salt as a form of money. Perhaps the oldest form of money is gold and silver, both of which were used in ancient Egypt. It may even amaze some people to learn that the use of silver was recorded in the Bible, the earliest reference being when Abraham wanted to bury his wife Sara.

Gen 23:3 And Abraham rose up from before his dead and said to the Hittites,

Gen 23:4 I am a sojourner and foreigner among you; give me property among you for a burying place, that I may bury my dead out of my sight.

Gen 23:5 The Hittites answered Abraham,

Gen 23:6 Hear us, my lord; you are a prince of God among us. Bury your dead in the choicest of our tombs. None of us will withhold from you his tomb to hinder you from burying your dead.

Gen 23:7 Abraham rose and bowed to the Hittites, the people of the land.

Gen 23:8 And he said to them, "If you are willing that I should bury my dead out of my sight, hear me and entreat for me Ephron the son of Zohar,

Gen 23:9 that he may give me the cave of Machpelah, which he owns; it is at the end of his field. For the full price let him give it to me in your presence as property for a burying place."

Gen 23:10 Now Ephron was sitting among the Hittites, and Ephron the Hittite answered Abraham in the hearing of the Hittites, of all who went in at the gate of his city,

Gen 23:11 No, my lord, hear me: I give you the field, and I give you the cave that is in it. In the sight of the sons of my people I give it to you. Bury your dead.

Gen 23:12 Then Abraham bowed down before the people of the land.

Gen 23:13 And he said to Ephron in the hearing of the people of the land, But if you will, hear me: I give the price of the field. Accept it from me, that I may bury my dead there.

Gen 23:14 Ephron answered Abraham,

Gen 23:15 My lord, listen to me: a piece of land worth four hundred shekels of silver, what is that between you and me? Bury your dead.

Gen 23:16 Abraham listened to Ephron, and Abraham weighed out for Ephron the silver that he had named in the hearing of the Hittites, four hundred shekels of silver, according to the weights current among the merchants. -ESV

A shekel at that time was a unit of weight. When metals were used for money in Abraham’s day, scales were used. The unit of weight in this case was a shekel. When Egypt used gold and silver as money they also used scales to weigh the metals. The price of goods had to be weighed out in every transaction.

According to the Greek historian Herodotus, writing in the fifth century BC, the Lydian people were the first people to have used gold and silver coinage, but the actual truth is the earliest coins are found mainly in the parts of modern Turkey that formed only part of the ancient kingdom of Lydia. These coins were first produced in the seventh century BC, and only had a design on one side.

Since the exact unit of weight was in the coin itself, scales were no longer needed. Their earlier coins were a mixture of other metals, but in time Lydia separated the metals and made silver and gold coins. These coins were eventually made from a naturally occurring mixture of gold and silver called electrum. The shekel later came to